The study of mathematics as a deductive science will couple your fascination with numbers with a rewarding career.
A thorough understanding of mathematics has never been more in demand. Whether you're interested in the natural sciences, actuarial science, computer science, engineering, economics, or finance, your knowledge of pure or applied mathematics is a critical—and very desirable—asset. Our courses will increase your computational facility, develop your appreciation for the abstract structures and reasoning at the heart of mathematics, and enhance your ability to apply mathematics to real-world problems. You'll also have the opportunity to gain experience with current mathematical software and technology, study computational mathematics, and develop expertise in financial mathematics.
Summer 2017 Course Schedule
April 25, 2017, 12:30–1:45 p.m., 1141 Ingersoll Hall
Christian Benes (Department of Mathematics) will be speaking before the Math Club on the topic of Random Fractals. For more information, check out the Math Club webpage.
Department Chairperson: Jun Hu
Deputy Chairperson (CLAS): Murray Hochberg
Deputy Chairperson (SGS): Reza Chamanara
Location: 1156 Ingersoll Hall